rdate, ntp, cron, inet

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Old 07-14-2011
rdate, ntp, cron, inet

I was told its better to run daemon instead of cron job to sync time.
but which approach is less resource hungry?
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Old 07-14-2011
You were told right. Normally you configure ntp and it does a poll with the time server specified. There is no need to put it into cron. ntpd or xntpd are the daemons to use.
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